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2018 Schedule
4-2, 2nd in NFC South
Saturday doesn't think Reid-Jenkins confrontation is over yet (1:43)
McCaffrey calls Newton 'tough as hell' (0:41)
Newton: Panthers 'didn't blink' with backs against wall (1:09)
Jenkins says he respects Reid and is glad he's back in NFL (0:32)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera says Sunday's win was a ‘'statement win.'' Quarterback Cam Newton says all wins are statements, but he believes this one against the Eagles can have a positive impact down the road.

Reid calls Jenkins a 'sellout' and his actions 'cowardly' (0:39)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive end Julius Peppers called Sunday's 21-17 comeback victory over the Eagles a ‘'character win.'' And a lot of other things.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers safety Eric Reid on Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins: ‘'He's a sellout.''

Newton converts 4th down with incredible effort (0:20)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receiver Torrey Smith limped out of the locker room apparently headed for X-rays. His 35-yard fourth down catch gave Carolina a chance to complete comeback.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The 21-17 victory over Philadelphia may have only tied the biggest come back (down 17) in team history. But it may one day be regarded as the biggest in that it moved the Panthers to 4-2- made them a legitimate contender in the NFC this season with their first road win.

Panthers complete comeback with Olsen's TD (0:19)
Newton hits Funchess for 18-yard TD (0:22)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

And then the Panthers were ahead, erasing what was left of a 17-0 deficit with a 1-yard touchdown pass from Cam Newton to Greg Olsen. Newton coming into the game was 0-for-19 when trailing by 15 in a game. This would tie Carolina's biggest comeback in team history.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

The back door may be open in Philadelphia (-5), as Carolina scores a TD and two-pt conversion to trail 17-14 with 4 min left. Panthers had been down 17-0.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Just when it appeared the Panthers were done, Cam Newton has led them to two fourth-quarter touchdowns to cut the lead to 17-14 with 4:08 remaining. It's a testament to the never-give-up mentality coach Ron Rivera has installed in them. If they finish off the comeback it becomes one of the biggest stories of the day.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers escape shutout with a touchdown run on an end-around by Curtis Samuel. The second-year slot receiver simply needs to be on the field more. Game still solidly in Philadelphia's favor 17-6 as Graham Gano misses his second extra point in two weeks after connecting from 63-yards for a game-winner against the Giants. Samuel's touchdown with just under 11 minutes remaining was the deepest into a game the Panthers had gone without scoring under Cam Newton. They had never been held scoreless through the first three quarters under Newton.

Reid in middle of pregame, in-game scuffles (0:33)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Thomas Davis down on the field for the Panthers. He finally gets up and jogs to the sideline, so a good sign there for the team's all-time leading tackler. He takes a seat on the bench and the trainer appeared to look at his eye.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cam Newton called for intentional grounding after a lengthy discussion by officials. Second time today the Panthers have taken themselves out of field goal range with a penalty. Eagles caused this one with pressure on Newton, which has rendered the Carolina offense ineffective much of the day.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The good news for the Panthers at halftime is they trail only 10-0 and get the ball to start the third quarter. The bad news is Carolina quarterback Cam Newton and the offense are completely out of sync. Newton has completed only 4 of 9 pass attempts for 24 yards. His counterpart, Carson Wentz, is 15-for-18 for 208 yards and a touchdown. Not a good place for a Carolina team reeling from last week's loss at Washington in which it trailed 17-0 early.

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Panthers' Reid calls Jenkins 'sellout' after scrap

Things got heated between Panthers safety Eric Reid and Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins before Sunday's game, and it spilled onto the field. After the game, Reid called Jenkins a "sellout."

Team Stats

Passing Yards227.022nd
Rushing Yards136.34th
Points For23.718th
Points Against21.810th

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